Location: Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore, 32 Onan Road, MCAS Auditorium
‘Eid-ul Adha’ or ‘Hari Raya Haji’ is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It is one of the two most important Eid festivals, after Eid-ul Fitr, that marks the accomplishment of the last pillar of Islam, i.e. Hajj, which is the scared pilgrimage to the holy city of Makkah.
Eid-ul Adha is celebrated annually on the 10th day of Dzul Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic lunar calendar. A significant event that is associated with Eid-ul Adha is Qurban, where livestock are offered as sacrifice and the meat distributed equally in three parts, e.g. given to the needy, for family and friends.
Join our workshop to find out the significance of Eid-ul Adha being referred to as ‘The Greater Eid’ and the reason almost every Muslims around the world participate in this annual Qurban efforts.